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  1. 1. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Title Frames Screen: 1 of 16 Background: NASA Sun Image Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Segoe UI/30 Actual text:  Harnessing the Sun for Cooking (Effect: Stretch)  EDET J603 Final Multimedia Project (Effect: Zoom-in big) Narration: Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://images.cdn.fotopedia.com/flickr-199342222-hd.jpg Screen size: 4:3
  2. 2. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Information about the Sun Screen: 2 of 16 Background: NASA Sun Video Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: Narration:  The background sound is the solar wind  The Sun is what sustains life on Earth  Provides heat to keep us warm  Interacts with plants to produce oxygen through photosynthesis  I a clean and free source of energy  In this series we will show how it can is used for cooking Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://images.cdn.fotopedia.com/flickr-199342222-hd.jpg Screen size: 4:3
  3. 3. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Solar Radiation Screen: 3 of 16 Background: NREL USA Solar Radiation Image Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: Narration:  The amount of sun hitting different areas of the US  Look at the scale, Red is more and tan is less  In SC we are about in the middle  The highest looks like it is in NV Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://www.nrel.gov/gis/images/map_csp_us_annual_may2004.jpg Screen size: 4:3
  4. 4. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Solar Radiation CAE Screen: 4 of 16 Background: NREL SC Solar Radiation Image Color/Type/Size of Font: Black/Calibri/11 Actual text: Narration:  Solar Radiation Columbia, SC  Note Latitude 33.95  Note Units KWh/m2 /day  Average 7.9 KWh/m2 /day Hot June  Average 4.7 KWh/m2 /day Cool December Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://rredc.nrel.gov/solar/old_data/nsrdb/redbook/sum2/13883.txt Screen size: 4:3
  5. 5. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Solar Radiation CAE Screen: 5 of 16 Background: SCEG Energy Usage Image Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: Narration:  My home’s energy usage  1400 kWh in December  2900 kWh in June  More energy for cooling than heating  This tells me how many solar panels I need to heat and cool my house Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: https://secure.sceg.com/ecs/ecsBillAndPayment/ecsBillDisplay.aspx?dt=10/19/2010&bt=B Screen size: 4:3
  6. 6. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: The Sun’s Path Screen: 6 of 16 Background: Sun’s Path Screencast Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: N/A Narration:  What the suns path looks like if we are looking south  Winter Solstice – December 21 – Shortest day of the year  Summer Solstice – June 21 – Longest day of the year  Area under the curve is the amount of energy available to collect  Notice that there is about 4x the amount of sun at noon in June than in December Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Simulator Info: http://astro.unl.edu/naap/motion3/animations/sunmotions.html Screen size: 4:3
  7. 7. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: The Path of the Sun Screen: 7 of 16 Background: U of NB Seasons Simulator Screencast Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: Narration:  Latitude Set for Columbia, SC 33.9 degrees  How much Sun we get depending on the season  More in the summer, less in the winter  Because Earth is tilted on its orbit by 23.5 degrees Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://images.cdn.fotopedia.com/flickr-199342222-hd.jpg Screen size: 4:3
  8. 8. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Heat Transfer Screen: 8 of 16 Background: Image Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: Narration:  This image shows the three mechanisms of heat transfer  Convection occurs in gases and liquids  Conduction occurs in solids  Radiation occurs in a vacuum or free space  Radiation is how the Sun transfers it energy to the earth Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://www.geography.hunter.cuny.edu/~tbw/wc.notes/2.heating.earth.surface/images/mechanisms.heat.transfer.jpg Screen size: 4:3
  9. 9. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Sun’s Path Screen: 9 of 16 Background: Teachers’ Domain Radiation Simulation Screencast Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: Narration:  The Sun’s energy is transferred to the Earth in electromagnetic waves  Light is one type of electromagnetic wave that we can see  Microwave ovens use radiation to heat food with electromagnetic wave that we cannot see Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://www.teachersdomain.org/asset/lsps07_int_heattransfer/ Screen size: 4:3
  10. 10. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Convection Screen: 10 of 16 Background: Teachers’ Domain Convection Simulation Screencast Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: Narration:  Convection transfers heat by the movement of gases or liquids  When a gas or liquid heats up it expands and weighs less so it rises  When a gas or liquid cools off it contracts and weighs more so it sinks  This create a natural circulation Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://www.teachersdomain.org/asset/lsps07_int_heattransfer/ Screen size: 4:3
  11. 11. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Conduction Screen: 11 of 16 Background: Teachers’ Domain Conduction Simulation Screencast Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: Narration: Conduction is how heat is transferred through solids Heat is transferred by direct contact As the solid heats up the molecules get excited and start to vibrate and this vibration is how heat is transferred. Heat always moves from the warm body to the cool one When we feel cool, heat is leaving us When we feel hot, heat is coming to us. Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://www.teachersdomain.org/asset/lsps07_int_heattransfer/ Screen size: 4:3
  12. 12. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Greenhouse Effect Screen: 12 of 16 Background: Woods Hole Research Center Greenhouse Effect Image Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: Narration:  The Suns shines through the car’s windshield and heats up the seats  It loses some energy and can’t pass back through the glass and gets trapped  The car heats up  This is how our solar oven will work Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://www.whrc.org/resources/primer_greenhouse.html Screen size: 4:3
  13. 13. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Parabolic Cooker Screen: 13 of 16 Background: Parabolic Cooker Image Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: Narration: Specially shaped mirror that focuses sun to point Very high heat Has to move to follow sun Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2684/4499722022_eda09915bf_o.jpg Screen size: 4:3
  14. 14. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Box Cooker Screen: 14 of 16 Background: Box Cooker Image Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: Narration:  Easy to build  Low cost  Don’t have to track the Sun  Take advantage of the Greenhouse Effect to heat up Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://farm1.static.flickr.com/143/318643310_796881ce1e_o.jpg Screen size: 4:3
  15. 15. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Solar Panel Cooker Screen: 15 of 16 Background: Panel Cooker Image Color/Type/Size of Font: N/A Actual text: Narration:  Easiest to make  Don’t have to track the Sun  Need warm climate Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4091/5034455928_a09824f2f0_b.jpg Screen size: 4:3
  16. 16. Video Storyboard Name of video: Harnessing the Sun for Cooking Description of this scene: Title Screen: 16 of 16 Background: NASA Sun Image Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Segoe UI/24 Actual text: Creative Commons NASA Jet Propulsion Lab Woods Hole Research Center Teachers’ Domain National Renewable Energy Laboratory University of Nebraska- Lincoln (Effect: Scroll) Designed and Created by Mike Leonard Nov 2010 Narration:  In the next episode we will talk about materials used to build solar cookers Audio: Solar Wind Transition to next clip: Crossfade Animation: N/A Audience Interaction: N/A Image Info: http://images.cdn.fotopedia.com/flickr-199342222-hd.jpg Screen size: 4:3

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